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Obama’s lawyers team up to prevent Trump from breaking ethics rules
A number of top lawyers from the administration of former US President Barack Obama have joined forces to prevent Obama's successor Donald Trump from “declining into authoritarianism.”
US President Donald Trump to unveil annual federal budget in mid-March
US President Donald Trump will unveil his first government budget in mid-March, a keystone statement of his priorities for the coming years, the White House said on Wednesday.
Amnesty: Trump taking humanity to ‘darkest’ times
Amnesty International has censured US President Donald Trump for adopting a “poisonous” rhetoric that “dehumanizes” entire communities and sets the stage for "angrier and more divisive politics” in the world.
House lawmakers call on Trump to limit White House's war powers
A group of US lawmakers has called on President Donald Trump to submit a resolution to the Republican-dominated Congress which would limit his war powers.
Thousands of demonstrators across US say ‘Not My President’
Thousands of demonstrators turned out Monday across the US to challenge Donald Trump in a Presidents Day protest dubbed Not My President’s Day.
UK lawmakers debate Trump’s visit amid prtotests
British Members of Parliament are debating US President Donald Trump's planned state visit later to the UK as protests are set to take place across the country over the controversial trip.
Trump wants 'real progress' on NATO spending: Pence
US Vice President Mike Pence has told European chiefs that President Donald Trump wants "real progress" among NATO allies to increase their defense spending towards the minimum criteria of two percent of their economic output by the end of the year.
Trump aides pushing back-door peace plan for Ukraine: NY Times
US President Donald Trump’s aides have opened a back-door diplomacy channel aimed at reaching out a peace agreement between Russia and Ukraine, according to a report.
Trump ridiculed for citing non-existent terror attack in Sweden
US President Donald Trump has sparked a new controversy by citing a non-existing terror attack in Sweden to promote his anti-Islamic agenda.
London mayor: 'Cruel' Trump should be denied state visit
London's mayor said that US President Donald Trump shouldn't receive a state visit in Britain because of his "cruel and shameful" policies.
McCain warns Trump against shutting down 'adversarial press'
US Republican Senator John McCain has issued a stern warning to Donald Trump, saying the president’s repeated attacks on the media “echo the language of dictators.”
Trump calls US media ‘enemy of the American people’
US President Donald Trump is continuing his attacks on the country’s media, calling a number of news organizations the "enemy of the American people" in an extraordinary rebuke of the press.
Trump's policies inflamed negative public opinion: Analyst
Many US businesses closed across the country on Thursday as thousands of protesters took to the streets to rally against President Donald Trump's immigration policies.
Democrats raise questions about Trump’s mental health
A growing number of Democrats are openly saying that Donald Trump may not be mentally fit to serve as the president of the United States.
Trump promises new immigration order next week
US President Donald Trump on Thursday said he will announce a new executive order on immigration next week, pressing on with an amended version of the much-criticized travel ban now caught up in court.

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